Le Jardin Majorelle

Le Jardin Majorelle

A palm grove on the edge of the Medina in Marrakech beckons two young women, Noor and  Sultana, invitingly to enter the enchanting Jardin Majorelle, a peaceful botanical oasis. Flanked by tall palm and coconut trees, Noor and Sultana walk through a kaleidoscopic mirage of cacti, jasmine, bougainvillea, and water lilies, and discover at its heart a villa turned art deco studio, painted an intense cobalt blue, inspired by the bold Moroccan skies.  

Further on their excursion through the famed North African land, the pair walk through intricate archways, alcoves, and jewel-toned nooks to discover the Musée Berbère, which showcases a rich panorama of Morocco's indigenous inhabitants through hundreds of artefacts displayed at the museum. 


Noor and Sultana leave with souvenirs from Le Jardin Majorelle; chic purchases of Majorelle blue slippers, textiles and Amazigh-inspired jewellery influenced by Yves Saint Laurent’s designs,  memories of its pretty courtyard café, and a few rare delights from the cozy book and photography shop.

15 products

15 products